It's tough to get too excited about a worship record that gets off to as underwhelming a start as Quiet Revolution.
Telecast has remained fairly under the radar over the years due to a pair of releases that
haven't left too much of a lasting mark. Unfortunately, Quiet Revolution really does little to change this.
Taking a somewhat safe approach to songwriting and even production, Telecast's third effort is easily their best
yet, but still not especially memorable when it comes to worship music. When you have an artist, like Sarah MacIntosh
for example, who can deliver a far more interesting worship experience and remain an independent artist, it can make projects like
this one released by BEC feel like commonplace. All this not to say that Quiet Revolution isn't worth a listen, because
it's certainly some of the better batch of songs you'll hear bearing the "worship" tag. Tracks like "All That You Are"
and "Shoreless Ocean" stand out from the pack, however, even after
multiple listens, perhaps it's all too quiet of a call for a revolution for most of it to not be instantly forgettable.
- Review date: 4/27/08, written by John DiBiase of Jesusfreakhideout.com
Record Label: BEC Recordings
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